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Friday, November 16, 2007

November 15th Police Reports


  • Occurred between 7AM (11/01) and 10:23AM (11/15)- St Paul Street

Victim reports an ongoing burglary problem with their construction work site. Previously several items of equipment were stolen and more recently copper wire, gas valves and other various plumbing and electrical equipment were stolen from the electrician’s room which is usually secured. The total cost of stolen items to this date is estimated at over $10,000.

  • Occurred at 2:56PM (11/15)- 585 Washington Street

Victim reported that a new window which she left covered with a blanket on her front porch was stolen sometime during the day. The value of the window is approximately $360

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 11AM and 11:14AM (11/15)-1148 Boylston Street

Victim reports that after returning from Starbucks he noticed his vehicle was partially covered with a sticky liquid like substance, no other damage to his motor vehicle was reported.


  • Occurred between 5:45PM and 6:15PM (11/15)- 155 Harvard Street

Victim reported that sometime while shopping for groceries her wallet was taken from her handbag inside her cart. The wallet contained various identification and credit cards as well as $140 cash.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

November 14th Police Reports


  • Occurred at 9:13AM (11/14)- 1281 West Roxbury Parkway

Kenneth Cormier, 21 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating after Suspension and various traffic offenses.

Police witnessed a vehicle traveling with flashing emergency lights on and cars ahead of this vehicle began pulling over. Police were able to stop the car and an investigation revealed that the driver’s right to operate had been suspended, and he was subsequently arrested.

November 13th Police Reports


  • Occurred between 3:30PM and 3:40PM (11/13)- 302 Harvard Street

Police responded to a call of shoplifting at The Children’s Place. Upon arrival it was revealed that one of the customers in line had stuffed multiple items into her handbag. Police were able to identify the suspect and further investigation revealed 12 items of clothing in the woman’s bag, she will be summonsed to court for Shoplifting.


  • Occurred between 12:15PM and 12:30PM (11/13)-310 Harvard Street

Police responded to Lee Institute School of Real Estate for a call of shoplifting. Upon arrival police spoke with the manager who informed them that a 30 year old, 5’8” black male suspect had just ran out of the store with a book. Police canvassed the area with negative results. The book is valued at $45.


  • Occurred between 9AM and 8:30PM (11/13)- Rice Street

Victim reported that sometime while he was at work a suspect had gained entry into his apartment, stealing approximately $420 cash, an Ipod valued at $250, and 20 cuff links valued at $600, this case is still under investigation.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

November 12th Police Reports


  • Occurred at 11:23AM (11/12)-20 Corey Road

Adieni Torrezani, 23 yrs, was arrested charged with being Not Duly Licensee

Police stopped a vehicle which had a partially shattered windshield and upon investigation learned the vehicle’s driver did not have a valid license and he was subsequently arrested.

  • Occurred at 1:18AM (11/13)- Boylston Street and Reservoir Road

Jasmine Reid Manley, 22 yrs, was arrested and charged with Unlicensed Operation and a Speed limit violation.

Police pulled over a vehicle that was traveling above the posted speed limit and upon investigation it was revealed that the driver of the vehicle did not have a valid license, she was subsequently arrested.

  • Occurred at 2:07AM (11/13)- 85 Sears Road

Subject was arrested and charged with Operating Under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquor, Driving to Endanger, Failure to Stop for a police officer, Leaving the Scene of a Property Damage Crash, and Possession of a Class D Substance (Marijuana).

Police on patrol witnessed a disabled SUV on the side of the road with front end damage and a flat tire. The driver of the vehicle approached police and when asked for his license and registration the man went back to his vehicle and got in with another female and drove away from the cruiser, when police activated their blue overhead lights in an attempt to pull the vehicle over the vehicle did not stop and continued to drive approximately a half mile weaving through back roads until finally coming to a stop on Sears Road. Officers spoke with the driver and determined he was under the influence of alcohol, he was subsequently arrested. Officers then noticed a small white case laying on the lawn next to the SUV the case contained a small amount of a green leafy substance believed to be Marijuana, the suspect was additionally charged.


  • Occurred between 10PM (11/11) and 4:28AM (11/12) - 421 Harvard Street

Owner reports that sometime overnight an unknown suspect gained entry into Kupels Bakery and moved his cash register onto the floor; however it does not appear that anything was stolen.

Monday, November 12, 2007

November 11th Police Reports


  • Occurred at 1:36AM (11/11) - Harvard Street/Commonwealth Avenue

Police stopped a vehicle after learning it had revoked insurance and informed the driver that he will be summonsed to court for Operating after Revoked Insurance.

November 10th Police Reports


  • Occurred at 1:04AM (11/10)- 1300 Boylston Street

Sue Richardson, 43 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating under the Influence of Alcohol.

Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle traveling at an excessive rate of speed; the officer’s radar registered the vehicles speed to be 56MPH this being in a 35MPH zone. Police spoke with the driver and determined her to be under the influence of alcohol. The woman was subsequently arrested.

· Occurred at 2:37AM (11/10)-Summer Street/ Amory Street

Peter Lee, 23 yrs, was arrested and charged with a Graffiti Law Violation.

Raina Lewis, 21 yrs, was arrested and charged with a Graffiti Law Violation.

Police on patrol witnessed two individuals acting suspiciously and upon following them witnessed them spray painting the wall behind the ski market. A search of the subjects revealed multiple spray paint cans and other items commonly associated with ‘tagging’. The two subjects were subsequently arrested.

  • Occurred at 2:59PM (11/10)- 267 Harvard Street

Karen Johnson, 41 yrs, was arrested and charged with two counts of Shoplifting.

Police received a description of a suspect who had just stolen several items from Body Works, they found the suspect a short time later and a search revealed her to be in possession of $133 worth of stolen goods from that location and also to be in possession of stolen sneakers from Good Feet Store valued at $160. The suspect was subsequently arrested.


  • Occurred at 1:21AM (11/10)- 525 Harvard Street

Police will summons a man to court for Operating after Revoked Insurance after police witnessed him operating a vehicle, and a check revealed the vehicle’s insurance had been revoked.


  • Occurred between 3PM and 4:30Pm (11/08)- Tappan Street/ Greenough Street

Victim reported that her brown hand bag had been stolen from the side of Cypress Field sometime while she was running; the bag contained a cell phone, $50 cash and other miscellaneous personal items.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred at 8:40PM (11/10)- 29 Avon Street

Victim reported hearing a loud smashing sound and upon investigation discovered a rock

had been thrown through her window, the cost of this damage is unknown.

November 9th Police Reports

Stolen MV

  • Occurred between 11:30PM (11/08) and 6AM (11/09) - 1000 Boylston Street

Victim reported that sometime overnight her 2002 Lexus ES300 valued at appositely $12,000 was stolen from her assigned parking space.


  • Occurred at 9:50AM (11/09) - 194 Grove Street

An employee at Temple Emeth reported seeing a suspicious male enter her private office area and attempt to open the safe, after calling police she provided a description of the subject. Police were able to locate this individual a short time later at the Putterham Library where an employee reported seeing the same male suspect going into an Employee Only area and that employee stated she believed that the suspect entered a janitor’s office. Police were able to identify the suspect and informed him he would be summonsed to court for breaking and entering of a depository, and will be additionally charged with trespassing for his actions at the Putterham Library.

  • Occurred at 2:15PM (11/09) - Beacon Street/St Mary’s Street

Police reported seeing a man painting the street with spray paint, and after informing the man it was up to town employees to properly mark the roadways and that if he continued criminal action would be taken against him. Police saw the subject painting the street again a short time later and informed him that he will be summonsed to court for Malicious Damage, and Graffi